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>>> hey, i'm cramer, welcome to mad money. welcome to cray america ka. other people want to make frien friends, i'm just trying to save and make some money. my job is not just to entertain but to educate. so call me. all right, it's time to set some things straight about the stock market and the economy. to cut through all the misdirection and misinformation with some cold, hard facts. tonight, consider this a lecture from professor cramer with some crucial insights about how the market really works. and for those of you who caught me on the "today" show this morning, it's a continuation of the argument i was making. this day. that explains not just the dramatic rebound we had, and it was pretty dramatic, the dow was down 91 points, closed down 17, the s&p rallied almost .75%. the larger picture of what's going on with this stock market. here's lesson number one. stocks do not go up idly. ford motor doesn't go to a two-year high because ford motor is doing badly. it goes up because it's doing well! ♪ hallelujah >> costco doesn't hit a 52-week high -- >> house of pleasure. >> be
as for the banks that i own for the charitable trust. again, wells fargo and bank of america. the housing bears throw back in your face the terrible new home sales, the horrible housing starts, and that's just plain dumb. my whole bottom thesis was predicated on two points -- low mortgage rates -- and we've got the lowest. and a price reduction in homes to the point where home builders can't afford to build new ones. again, that's why i hit the home builders and why the thesis is working. existing home inventories are going down in an orderly fashion, causing the stabilization i have been talking about. so when the bears come up with a new excuse, the shadow inventory not to buy these stocks when they say that strong existing home sales don't matter because of the bugaboo of the shadow inventory lurking on the bank's balance sheets, i want you to think about regulatory forbearance. no forced home sales coming. and i want to show you what you have missed if you've listened to these bears so far and ignored my call. in other words, what i'm going to show you is the truth. i'm going to show you wh
across america. so between calvin klein, van heusen, izod, and other stores we're performing well at retail. and then our department store channel our brands continue to perform because i think we really understand what the value message that the consumer is looking for, particularly in this environment. >> let's talk value message because i am confused by value message. a friend of mine is in the jeans business. sends me some jeans. i put them on. they're unbelievable. turns out they're at walmart. what do you do as a great manufacturer to be able to keep everybody happy? you've got fabulous stuff that you're going to be rolling out at walmart, but you have great stuff at macy's. you have super premium, and you have not premium. how do you keep them straight, and how do you keep your profit margin, how do you keep your customers happy? >> there's a couple of things. we believe in rung a portfolio company and not a mono brand. we believe that you take those -- your brand, the individual brands and you target them for specific channels of distribution. high-end department stores-f
of america, trying endlessly to get a ceo. and by the way, hey, look at them. might be the guy. i saw the article today in new york. i want to job, i'll take the job. i have a lot of experience. i do. anyway, we get the best investment banking house. it used to be called goldman sachs, now it's guiltman sachs. maybe we shouldn't judge the entire market daily. what would you think of that? that's what we do now that all stocks trade like a commodity. stocks are like wheat or soybeans. however, we can use the decline -- here's the silver lining -- to buy the stocks that aren't up enough year after year, even though they are clearly doing better than they were last year. and that goes for the defense of good stocks as well as the industrial. let's take the case of mcdonald's. we all know mcdonald's. i like the coffee. while we have a precipitous dip this year, do you realize the stock is rarely up despite the turn in sales, despite the much better than starbuck's coffee? if you perform the same smoothing over exercise from nucor, does that seem right to you? when you smooth out federal e
america in 2008. brazil was mentioned as an your area of strength. whirlpool's brazilian sales up 40% in its most recent quarter. what were they doing before? i mean, what were they using if it's up 40%? i mean, holy cow. must be stones and water. you want something in the middle. between the jarreden and whirlpool, new name. new rubbermaid. nwl. another name that reported better than expected growth in october. this is a company in the process of a transformation that should make it more profitable. rubbermaid has been getting out of existing low margin commoditized product lines since the fourth quarter of 2008. mark ketchum's running it. he's really smart. by the end of this year the company expects commoditized products to represent only 4% of sales, down from 12% in 2007, 44% in twoolth. th 2003. this company's been shutting down manufacturing facilities, moving them overseas. 80, now down to 40. and the company's outsourcing more and more of its production. source production up from 2005. that's not what we want as americans trying to put people to work. it's what we want as ru
. the heavy concentration of dubious mortgages in california. it got us to buy bank of america, suntrust, you name it. right down the food chain, fifth third and huntington bank. the not so hot and emerging players cake their cue and they bid them up behind the generals. now, what can the leaders tell you? in the best of times stocks never go up in time. pullbacks you have to view through the lens of the leaders. these pullbacks cause a lot of people to panic. or at least decide the bull run must be over. >> sell, sell, sell. >> the leaders are just taking a breather before they head higher. if you understand that they are part of a pattern and know how to follow it, you'll be less likely to jump to the run bearish conclusion and scare yourself into missing positive moves. let me tell you what a sell off looks like. the hottest group tanks, then the leaders all roll over. with the leaders down, everything else gets crushed, too. as all that's happened, more and more people come on television explaning how this is the big one, it's the beginning of a huge correction, a monstrous move that will
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graph -- geographic diversification. just 30% of sales come from north america, 22% from the rest of the world. it's part of the reason the stock is on speculative friday. seating should make up 81% of lear sales, most of the growth is coming from the electrical and electronics business. represents 60% of the company's backlog. it makes sense. given by 2012, 40% of the cost of the vehicle is coming from electronics. lear is one of the top companies in the electrical distribution systems market. wireless, lighting, info for cars. if you buy lear, you are getting a company with a reputation, even before bankruptcy. they underpromised and overdelivered. in the final quarter, the company established a pattern of issuing conservative guidance and beating it substantially. i think the numbers, estimates for 2010 are too conservative. i think they will be easily beaten. the stocks are cheaper than the other stocks. i call it 18% discount. this company should be selling at a premium. even though it's already up 26% from where it started trading ten days ago, i think it can go much higher.
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